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Willys-Knight automobile at Longmire Lodge, 1919
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Pike Place Market, Seattle, ca. 1919
This view looking north on Pike Place along the Corner Market building shows bustling activity and traffic. The old Armory building that was demolished in the 1960s can be seen in the distance on the west side of the street.
Photographer: Webster & Stevens
Image Date: ca. 1919
Image Number: 1983.10.1659.6
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PEMCO Webster & Stevens Collection
Bull on Dock Near Ship, Probably in Seattle, ca. 1919
A small evaporated milk company which opened in Kent in 1899 grew to become the nationally known Carnation Company. Canned milk had a small market at first, but was soon accepted by hungry babies and gold-rush miners alike.  By 1926, the company had six Seattle-area dairies and six local evaporated milk plants, plus 24 evaporated milk plants elsewhere in the country.  This publicity photo for the Carnation Co. shows a bull near a ship that presumably transported their products to faraway places.
Handwritten on Sleeve: Carnation Milk Co.
Photographer: Webster & Stevens
Date: ca. 1919
Image Number: 1983.10.2436.2

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